Reviewsday: A Court of Mist and Fury

A_Court_of_Mist_and_Fury_-_UK_CoverThis book happens to be the best I have read this year.

A Court of Mist and Fury is the long awaited sequel to A Court of Thorns and Roses.
Sarah J Maas has used attention to detail, emotional twists and epic romance in this amazing new novel to keep you reading until the very end.
I lived this as I read it. I actually paused my life for an hour to moan about how long I have to wait until the next one!

Feyre takes us back into the Spring Court after she has sacrificed everything to save Tamlin, High Lord of the Spring Court.
Even though she’s physically flawless due to the magic all seven of the High Lords used to save her life, the emotional and mental scars remain.
Will she be able to put that behind her to live the life she deserves?
But really that isn’t the only thing she has to worry about. The High Lord of the Night Court owns a week of every month of her life and he hasn’t yet
claimed it. Will Feyre be able to resist his alluring charm and dangerous darkness? Be prepared for new romances, new political games and new powers!

Now I won’t give out spoilers but I will say, each character has hidden gems in their personalities and also hidden darkness. Nothing is as it seems, nothing is certain!
You honestly will not regret reading this, I’m still in the world two weeks later!

– Hayley, QBD Hornsby

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